Happy B’Day Indian women cricketer Taniya Bhatia
By Sangeeta Viswas
on Sun Nov 28 2021
Happy B’Day Indian women cricketer Taniya Bhatia. Taniya was born on 28 November 1997 in Chandigarh, Punjab, Bhatia’s batting style is the Right-hand bat. And her playing role is Wicketkeeper batter, this is the 24th birthday of Tania Bhatia.
Taniya Bhatia Hailing from Punjab. Taniya became the youngest player to play for her state’s senior team. She entered an interstate domestic tournament field at the age of 13.
Tania joined the India A team at the age of 16. And he made his international debut in February 2018 in a T20I match against South Africa.
Tania was a member of the Indian team. For the 2018 ICC Women’s World T20 organizing by the West Indies.
Taniya Bhatia’s father’s name is Sanjay Bhatia and her mother’s name is Sapna Bhatia. Her brother’s name is Sehaj Bhatia and her sister’s name is Sanjana Bhatia.
Her Records At the age of 13. She became the youngest player to play for the Punjab senior team in an inter-state domestic tournament in 2011. Taniya Bhatia is the first woman cricketer from Chandigarh to be a part of the national team.
Taniya is an Indian cricketer who plays primarily as a wicketkeeper for Punjab and Northern Region. At the age of 11, she began her cricketing career. And became one of the youngest players to represent Punjab in the U19 team.
Taniya Bhatia was selecting by the International Cricket Counseling. As one of the five breakout stars in women’s cricket in 2018.
Bhatia made her international debut by playing for India Women’s. The Women’s T20 International (WT20I) arrival on 13 February 2018 against South African Women.
She was selecting in India’s squad for the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 tournament in the West Indies (October 2018). And was selecting in India’s squad for the 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup (January 2020) in Australia.
Taniya was selecting in India’s Test squad for their only match against the England women’s cricket team (May 2021). He made his Test debut for India against England on 16 June 2021.